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Edwards: I don't think Nuggets 'got any momentum' after Game 4 win

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Anthony Edwards appears unfazed after dropping two straight games to the Denver Nuggets in their Western Conference semifinal series.

Following the Nuggets' series-tying 115-107 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday night, Edwards dismissed the idea that Denver has picked up steam heading into Game 5.

"I don't think they got any momentum," Edwards said postgame. "We won two games, they won two games. At this point, it's just whoever wins two games.

"I don't know how people look at it, but I look at it like I'm happy. We're competing at the highest level, and I'm smiling about it because I'm happy, I'm ready to go play. If we played tomorrow, I'd be ready."

Edwards scored 44 points on 16-for-25 shooting in the Timberwolves' Game 4 loss, setting a franchise record for points in a playoff game.

The series continues Tuesday night in Denver before returning to Minnesota for Game 6. Neither team has won a game at home thus far.

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